Nylamp Wasi Surf Camp
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Having spent a few chilly nights in the Andes, we welcome the warmth of the coast. Huanchaco is very popular with both local and international tourists, especially surfers as the waves are good and the lifestyle laid back.
I pass up the opportunity of surf lessons as I'm feeling particularly lazy at this point, and from what I can remember …
... who live in these areas are still routed in their Inka traditions and if you're visiting a neighbourhood you have to have a host or someone to welcome you into the community. As we walked the neighbourhood we got to talk (through our guide) with some locals. They all kept asking how cold it was in Canada. "Mucho frio!" The coldest it gets in Lima is +14 so they really had no concept. Majority of the houses are made with bricks and it's quite clean and really ...
Juan Felipe’s girlfriend, Madeleine, met us in the park and after we saw the laser show at the main fountain, we went out for dinner. He drove us to the shore and we went to a restaurant called Tanta at a really fancy shopping mall in Miraflores. I tried a couple of new peruvian things that I hadn’t had before. I tried a Pisco sour drink, cuasa limeņa for a starter, and lomo saltado for my main meal. Everything we ...
... of you will do)! We explored Lima via taxi and on foot. It felt like the Oregon coast, cool and breezy with a rugged landscape. What a refreshing change from the sweltering heat of Central America. But what else can I say about Lima..... Ceviche! Lima is foodie capital of Peru, and Peruvians are food fanatics. We ate ceviche, of course, and it was tasty, of course. The best part of Lima, however, is that it was experienced with ...
... part of Lima. Then we cruised back through the centre square and saw a changing of the guards at the presidents residence (we all laughed at the idea of tony abbot in such opulence). Then off to the first Franciscan monastery to see one of the oldest buildings in Peru. It seems silly but old in Australia, has nothing on old in other countries. These buildings dated back to 1620 and were still standing even with all the earthquakes that Peru suffers. The ...